MMM Seminars

The MMM seminars are held at 3:30 pm Thursdays in Room 1022 of NCAR's Foothills Lab, except in special circumstances as noted below.  The seminar coordinators are Judith Berner, with administrative support from Nancy Sue Kerner (nskerner@ucar.edu).  Video recordings of many previous MMM seminars are also available below.

* - Indicates MMM Distinguished Speaker Series

Past MMM Seminars

Date Seminar TItle Presenter(s) Affiliation(s) Recording
May 24, 2017 Balanced Dynamics and the Madden-Julian Oscillation Sharon Sessions Department of Physics, New Mexico Tech Video Recording
May 18, 2017 Balanced Dynamics and the Madden-Julian Oscillation Sharon Sessions Department of Physics, New Mexico Tech
May 11, 2017 Balanced Dynamics and Convection in the Tropical Atmosphere * David J. Raymond Physics Department and Geophysical Research Center, New Mexico Tech Video Recording
Apr 20, 2017 Tropical Cyclone Intensification under Moderate Vertical Wind Shear: Serendipity or a Result of Favorable Factors? Rosimar Rios-Berrios University at Albany, SUNY Video Recording
Apr 19, 2017 For how long can we predict the weather? – Insights into atmospheric predictability using global cloud-resolving models Falko Judt NCAR/ASP Video Recording
Apr 18, 2017 Bridging Observations Across Scales to Understand the Summer Arctic Cloud-Covered Lower Troposphere Joseph Sedlar Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Norrkoping, Sweden Video Recording
Apr 17, 2017 Hemispheric-Scale View of Mesoscale Tropical Cyclogenesis Environments Thomas J. Galarneau, Jr. University of Arizona Video Recording
Apr 6, 2017 Tools for comparing people's beliefs with scientific time series: The monsoon onset Mathew Stiller-Reeve Uni Research Climate and The Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen, Norway Video Recording
Mar 23, 2017 Social Vulnerability Mapping: Approaches, Problems, and Recent Advances * Walter Peacock Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, Texas A&M University Video Recording
Mar 22, 2017 Explaining contrasting climatic trends between the Central Himalaya and Karakoram with WRF simulators Leila Carvalho University of California, Santa Barbara

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